31 Aug 2019 | Richard White

After Auschwitz

Upcoming London exhibition with Lorna Brunstein at Hundred Years Gallery. Installation films/recorded live performance, assembled artefacts photography.  ‘After Auschwitz’ is an immersive multi-media installation reflecting on the impact of the two visits to the Death Camp. It features soil gathered … Continue reading →

31 Aug 2019 | Richard White. Walking. Social Media. Heritage - Blog

Perambulations and (dis)enchantments: exhibition report

More than 5 years in the making and hundreds of miles in the walking, (dis)enchantments and perambulations short films and soundscapes plus documentation was exhibited at Corsham Court, Wiltshire, The exhibition presented elements of the creative practice as research for Richard White's PhD, in the cellar gallery were two linked immersive installations, work from the Sweet Waters and Honouring Esther cycles of walks. Documentation including walkers notebooks and some of the other research output [...]

31 Aug 2019 | pedestrian - Pedestrian Blog

Fifty Walks: 50

Neighbourhood to Neighbourhood, Lethbridge, AlbertaWalking to a party in my old neighbourhood, thinking about homes - the ones I used to live in, where I'm living right now, the one I'm looking for. There is so much to say about home. It's not just a house, it's a neighbourhood, a town; it's the people and animals you live with, it's the smell of a place; it's in the frequency you walk away from it and back again, and the way you feel walking through a neighbourhood. It's familiarity and frictio [...]

31 Aug 2019 | pedestrian - Pedestrian Blog

Fifty Walks: 50

Neighbourhood to Neighbourhood, Lethbridge, AlbertaWalking to a party in my old neighbourhood, thinking about homes - the ones I used to live in, where I'm living right now, the one I'm looking for. There is so much to say about home. It's not just a house, it's a neighbourhood, a town; it's the people and animals you live with, it's the smell of a place; it's in the frequency you walk away from it and back again, and the way you feel walking through a neighbourhood. It's familiarity and frictio [...]

29 Aug 2019 | LucyFurLeaps

Sward

Meaning “sod, turf” developed from the notion of the “skin” of the earth (compare Old Norse grassvörðr, Danish grønsvær “greensward”). Walking the central reservation of the A240 Kingston Road, from Tolworth Roundabout to the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames boundary with the Borough of Epsom and Ewell. The project is called ‘Sward’ after reading … Continue reading Sward →

27 Aug 2019 | exercises in being here

seeds

once, as a childwhen i ate an apple and swallowed the seedsi panickedimagining the seeds would sprout inside of mea tree growing from my stomachthe branches piercing through my skinuntil i would burst and die and the tree would live onmy mother found m...

27 Aug 2019 | THE LRM

September First Sunday and Other Adventures….

Good morning loiterers Its First Sunday this Sunday and so we will be wandering together in central Mcr, meeting 2pm in Piccadilly Gardens on Sunday 1st September. in the meantime a few other points of hopeful interest: This Friday in London The three Doctors (Phil Smith Jo Norcup and I) present Jelly Babies, Bad Wolf and the Junkyard inside Me: The Geographies of Doctor Who. It's part of the RGS-IGB conference, please dm if you want more details   I'll be at the Fourth World Congress ...

24 Aug 2019 | Reading and Walking

Carlton Trail Walk, Day Eight

The morning was muggy, with rain threatening to make the day a challenge. When we started walking, though, the sun came out, and the rain didn’t materialize. It was a perfect day for walking. Everyone was up early this morning, which was a good thing, because there was lots to do. We had to launder […]